Coming from Italian company 7075.it are new brass option parts for the Xray T4 series of touring cars as well as a 540-class brushless motor tool. Starting with the option parts, first up are brass steering bellcrank posts that add about 9g of weight to the front end of the chassis. A direct replacement for the standard parts the brass posts will add weight, making the car easier to drive in many track conditions. The optional posts are usable with the standard composite and optional alloy steering bellcranks.
HRC Distribution have introduced the new HRC Racing TSW Pro Racing universal fan mount for 1/10th scale vehicles. The clamping design fan mount is constructed from CNC machined aluminium and thanks to its design it can take up to two fans at multiple angles. It is usable with most 540-size motors and 25mm, 30mm as well as 40mm fans thanks to the included multi-hole bracket.
Coming from Trinity is the new Monster Max brushless stock motor. Building on the proven Monster Horsepower motor the Monster Max features the TEP1112 high-torque rotor, a newly designed low-resistance stator, it has the red insulators removed for lower resistance and increased airflow and black thermal epoxy makes for better heat dissipation which leads to a lot less fading of the motor over the run. The ROAR approved power plant is available in 13.5T, 17.5T and 21.5T variants.
Coming from Reds Racing is the new VX540 17.5T high torque electric brushless motor. Complementing the already existing 13.5T and 21.5T high torque variants, the motor offers a precision-machined 6061-T6 high airflow can, a balanced sintered rotor as well as low resistance solder tabs. The specially tuned motor will offer increased low-RPM torque while maintaining unchanged top speed, making it ideal for tracks that requires both lots of bottom end power and speed.
LRP have released first information on their forthcoming X22 electric brushless motors. Follow-up model of the successful X20 series, that has won three World Championships, multiple European and National as well as ETS and EOS titles, the motors will sport an updated, ultra-lightweight and precision machined 7075-T6 aluminium housing with maximised cut-outs and additional openings on the flat parts to further increase the cooling surface and lower the running temperatures due to improved airflow even at maximum loads. The most noticeable change has been made at the surface of the housing. The X22 comes with the “dark shine black” anodising with X22 engraving that will make it stand out in every chassis.
Yokomo have unveiled new optional Racing Performer series rotors for the M3 and D1 electric brushless motors. Available are both 7.25mm RPM and 5.0mm higher torque variants of different diameters to further fine-tune the motor characteristics. Moreover the D1-specific rotors use a different magnet material to extract even more RPM from the motor. All rotors come with marked shafts for easy recognition.
Fenix have introduced two new brushless motors out of their DFV2 range with the 5.5T and 8.5T modified windings complementing the already existing variants. Built to meet EFRA, ROAR and IFMAR specifications the motors feature balanced 12.5mm high-torque rotors, premium-grade Neodymium magnets, Kawasaki steel stator plates and 99.9 percent pure Copper windings. All this is housed in CNC-machined cans that feature heatsinks and endplate venting for maximum cooling. Both windings variants are available now.
Trinity have introduced the 21.5T Equalizer tamper-proof spec racing brushless motor. Already available as 17.5T variant the motor features purple paint on the front taps and collector and it is built using an easily identifiable rotor meaning manipulations are easy to recognise. Beside the 21.5T and 17.5T windings the Equalizer motor will also become available as 13.5T variant.